"Having come into his studio you might think of Hephaistos, the divine smith of the ancient Greek, or of Daidalos. You might get the impression of having lost your way, standing now in the cave of cyclops, in this huge working hall within the noise and the squealing and the sparking, in the narrowness between mighty machines weighing dozens of tons built up on several floors, between welding torches with hundreds of ampere, between huge drilling machines and lathes - at last finding the master on work."
(Peter Reindl, art historian, former director of the Museum of art, Oldenburg)
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